Look who's here to help in the shop. Henry and Helen are the main characters of my new quilt mystery series. Book one introduces them; book two begins to pursue the answers to some of the mysterious happenings of book one. You can preview and order the books at my website, or stop in the shop to pick them up.
Meanwhile, Helen will be looking over the fabrics that are beginning to accumulate in the shop. And Henry will be admiring Rick's woodworking skills as he installs more cabinets to hold the bolts. We're happy to have them with us.
A salesman stopped by the other day and offered Terry the opportunity to order fabrics through him - fabrics that are also available at the New England Quilt Supply in Massachusetts. Terry calls him Joe Fabric. Six more bolts of a fabric line by Henry Glass, titled Folio, will be arriving in the next week. Beautiful bold colors of gold, red, blue, green, dark teal, burgundy and black on black will add to the growing collection and range of hues.
Come visit us; we have lots to share with you. And remember, you can follow this blog and get email notifications of new updates by entering your email address in the "Follow" space of the right margin :)
Which reminds me - our Georgetown Quilts of Valor group will have its first meeting on Monday, January 20th, from 10 am to noon at the Quilters' Quarters. Please join us in this worthy endeavor - I promise it will be fun. What better way to spend the holiday named for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., than making quilts for military veterans who served our country and protected us so honorably?
No reservations required ... come share a cup of tea and your thoughts on the project! Here's a link to the national Quilts of Valor Foundation: http://www.qovf.org/localqov-list.html. Look for our group (scroll down a bit) on their Massachusetts page... we are there.
To see the creators of Helen and Henry, please visit their website: http://www.paganocreations.net/